BioOswald ‘Ossie’ Hibbert was certainly one of the busiest people in the Kingston studios during the 1970s. A gifted keyboard player, he was also a producer of note, first coming to prominence via his participation with producer Keith Hudson’s hit on Big Youth, the immortal "S-90 Skank", on which he played organ. By the mid-1970s, he was working for Bunny Lee as member of the Aggrovators, as well as directing sessions at both Channel One and Joe Gibbs studios. These two studios were the hit factories during the latter part of the 1970s, taking over from the legendary Randy’s studio on North Parade, which had been so crucial during the first half of the decade.
That a new audience can pick up on these excellent rockers nearly thirty years later is truly a testament to all concerned.